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Media attention and framing in relation to immigration policies in the Netherlands (full text only available in Dutch)
- What patterns of media-attention can be identified for the different types of immigration cases?
- What are the main frames in media coverage - in terms of problem definition, proposed solution and persons who are held responsible?
- What actors are represented in media-attention and what strategies do they use to influence media-attention and framing?
- What impact did media-attention and framing have on the political and policy-agenda?
- Dekker, R., Scholten, P.
- Erasmus University Rotterdam - Faculty of Social Sciences, WODC
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- Erasmus University Rotterdam - Faculty of Social Sciences
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The central research question is: What patterns are recognizable in the scale and framing of media-attention of individual and group cases related to immigration policies? This involves four more specific sub-questions that speak to the central concepts of this research.
- Sociale Wetenschappen, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
- R. Dekker
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